EgyptAir will introduce the Airbus A330-300 on the Cairo to Johannesburg route, starting 11 May 2016. The newer aircraft will replace the Airbus A330-200 currently on the service.
The introduction of the aircraft onto the Johannesburg service affirms EgyptAir's commitment to the South African market for continued growth and highest standards of service and convenience to its customers.
The new aircraft which has 301 seats – 265 seats in economy and 36 in business class – will offer travellers in all cabins individual in-flight entertainment systems.
Economy class will offer a comfortable seat width of 18 inches with a headrest allowing movement in four different directions and a footrest to offer passengers ultimate comfort. This cabin also offers seats which recline by 6 inches and power outlets to charge personal devices.
Business class has 36 seats with a magnificent seat pitch of 60 inches; the width of the seat is 20 inches with armrest and headrest.
The Business lie flat bed is 25 inches with a length of 73 inches while providing privacy through the separating board. All of this while enjoying a lumbar massage from the chair.
The aircraft incorporates technology that provides an unprecedented level of comfort through innovations that optimize cabin humidity and air pressure within the cabin.